- Djokovic, Nadal Lead Five Front Runners In Race To London (via ATP World Tour)
… Following his Indian Wells-Miami double, which earned him 2000 points, Novak Djokovic leads the Emirates ATP Race To London, which is determined only by performances in 2014. The Serb, who is the defending champion at the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals, is just 95 points ahead of Rafael Nadal, runner-up at the Australian Open and winner of two ATP World Tour titles this year.
- The Big 4-Oh (via tennis.com)
… Through 40 wins and losses, the rule of thumb between Nadal and Djokovic has been that, eventually, the hungrier player finds a way. The question now, as Rafa stands at No. 1 but Nole has nosed ahead in their ever-fluctuating personal battle, is which of them is the hunter, and which is the hunted?
- Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic’s rivalry remains second best, but greatness waits in the shadows (via oregonlive.com)
… In many ways, Djokovic is ideally suited to replace the 32-year-old Federer as Rafa’s foil. While his game isn’t beautiful like Federer’s (whose is?), it has a gladiator grandiosity that’s well-suited to turning back Nadal’s oppressive way with a forehand.
- Best Off-Court Moments Of 2014 (via ATP World Tour)
- Audio: Rafa Nadal: “La historia entre Djokovic y yo dice que gana el que está mejor en ese momento”
- Rafa Nadal vuelve a ser el deportista favorito de los españoles para disfrutar una cerveza (via europapress.com)
… El tenista balear Rafa Nadal vuelve a encabezar la lista de deportistas con los que los españoles les gustaría tomar una cerveza, un ranking de popularidad donde supera, como en la edición anterior, al portero del Real Madrid Iker Casillas y al piloto de Fórmula 1 Fernando Alonso.
- Audio: El test rápido de Ángel García a Rafa Nadal
- Lo (mucho) que ellos nos aportan (via fundacionrafanadal.org)
- Rafael Nadal Attends Real Madrid Football Match
- Rafael Nadal for Banc Sabadell — Named New Brand Ambassador
- Rafael Nadal: “No plans to retire just yet”
- Rafa Nadal has said that he is pleased with the start to the season despite his loss to rival Novak Djokovic at the Sony Open final in Miami.
- Rafa Nadal was in Madrid to sign a new sponsorship deal and reflected on his recent defeat to Novak Djokovic at the Sony Open final in Miami.
- Rafa Nadal is the new ambassador of Banc Sabadell
- “Yo No Pitaría A Nadie Por Concepto” – Rafa Nadal estuvo presenciando el partido del Real Madrid y en el descanso atendió a Canal+.
- Interview with Rafa (via Real Madrid Facebook page)
- Patrick Mouratoglou (Serena’s Coach) in praise of Nadal